Mark your calendars! This year, the Screen Actors Guild Awards will be handed out on Jan. 27, 2019. Ahead of the big night, we're throwing it back a decade to the 2009 festivities. See what all the stars wore on the red carpet in the late '00s, starting with this familiar face. Back then, the beauty we know as Eva Longoria went by Eva Longoria Parker, as she was then married to pro basketball player Tony Parker. The "Desperate Housewives" star selected this frilly orange floor-length Jenny Packham confection complete with a bedazzled neckline that screamed "late aughts!" Unfortunately for Eva, her popular ABC show lost out in its category that night — outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series — to "30 Rock." Keep reading for more fashion flashbacks…
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High-low hemlines were all the rage in '09, and Jenna Fischer embraced the trend in this gray Pamella Roland design with a green belt detail. Another thing that was all the rage that year? Jenna's show "The Office" — which lost to "30 Rock" in the outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series category.
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Angelina Jolie donned a deep blue dress at the SAG Awards in 2009, opting for this Max Azria gown with a boatneck neckline. That year, Angelina was up for best actress for her work in "Changeling," but she lost to Meryl Streep and her performance in "Doubt."
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Tina Fey was a big winner at the 2009 SAG Awards! She picked up a best actress in a comedy series prize plus an outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series statue — both for her work on "30 Rock." She sported this dark brown design by Brian Reyes, which featured a satin belt detail that matched her dark gray heels.
Emily Blunt, is that you? The star arrived at the 2009 SAG Awards in this sparkly silver spaghetti-strap frock by Pamella Roland.
In 2009, Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt were still very much an item. The couple cleaned up nicely, with Jon in a classic tux and bow tie combo and Jennifer in a red satin spaghetti-strap gown. Though the "Mad Men" star lost the best actor in a drama series statue to "House" actor Hugh Laurie, his AMC show collected the outstanding performance by an ensemble cast in a drama series prize that year.
Anne Hathaway went with a white column gown by Azzaro that was jazzed up with exquisite jeweled netting details at the collar and waist. Her "The Devil Wears Prada" co-star (and onscreen boss) Meryl Streep, who starred in "Doubt," beat out Anne, who starred in "Rachel Getting Married," for best actress later that night.
In 2009, Kiefer Sutherland arrived at the SAG Awards in style wearing a classic black tux. The actor was up for best lead in a miniseries or TV movie for his work in "24: Redemption" but lost out to Paul Giamatti, who won for his performance in "John Adams."
Laura Linney wore a sweet one-shouldered red gown when she took home the best actress in a miniseries or TV movie SAG Award for her performance as Abigail Adams in "John Adams."
Even though they played brother and sister on "Dexter," Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter fell in love on the set and attended the 2009 SAG Awards together. But their hit show didn't take home the outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series prize that night (they lost out to "Mad Men"). Michael also lost the best actor in a drama prize (to "House" star Hugh Laurie).
Amy Adams' strapless eggplant-hued gown featured ruffled embellishments down the bodice. The film "Doubt" earned her tons of recognition that award season, but she lost out to "The Reader" star Kate Winslet in the best supporting female actor category.
Remember "Ugly Betty"? Back in 2009, America Ferrera was up for best female actor in a comedy series at the SAG Awards for her work on the hit show. She wore Vera Wang for the occasion — this beige frock with black chiffon embellishments on the bodice.
Back in 2009, Holly Hunter was starring on "Saving Grace." The best performance by a female actor in a drama series nominee rocked this shiny strapless hot pink number at the SAG Awards that year but lost out in her category to Sally Field, who won for "Brothers & Sisters."
It was a halter-style white design by Herve Leroux for Taraji P. Henson at the 2009 SAG Awards. That year, the star had two projects nominated for awards — her TV show, "Boston Legal," and her film, "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," which earned her a best supporting actress nomination. Both shows' casts were also up for outstanding performance by an ensemble in their respective categories but lost out to "Mad Men" and "Slumdog Millionaire."
Kate Winslet certainly brought a pop of color to the red carpet at the SAG Awards in 2009 in a bright indigo number by Narciso Rodriguez. That night, the double nominee took home the best supporting actress statue for her work in "The Reader" and lost to Meryl Streep in the best lead actress category despite a powerhouse performance in "Revolutionary Road."
It was a nearly bridal moment for Teri Hatcher, who opted for this structured one-shouldered Monique Lhuillier gown at the 2009 SAG Awards. The "Desperate Housewives" star was up for an outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series prize along with her castmates but they lost to the actors and actresses of "30 Rock."
Recognize this little one? Kiernan Shipka was on hand for the SAG Awards festivities in 2009 dressed in this darling black-and-white dress and black Mary Janes. That night, the 9 year old took home an award as part of the "Mad Men" cast for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series.
Christina Applegate rocked a one-shouldered emerald green gown by Emanuel Ungaro, complete with a tiny train, to the SAG Awards in 2009. That night, the "Samantha Who?" actress lost out to "30 Rock" star Tina Fey in the best female actor in a comedy series category.
Best male actor in a drama series winner Hugh Laurie, who was starring on "House" at the time, looked sharp in a classic tux and bow tie at the 2009 SAG Awards.
Claire Danes opted for a red gown by Nina Ricci that featured a ruffled off-the-shoulder feature and a delicate train at the 2009 SAG Awards.
"30 Rock" star Jane Krakowski also wowed in red, donning this Roberto Cavalli design with a plunging neckline. Her show took home top honors that night, picking up the outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series prize.
Diane Lane continued the red trend that year! The actress sported this halter-style David Meister design at the 2009 SAG Awards.
Kyra Sedgwick opted for classic Chanel — a black-and-white strapless design — in 2009. The star's work on her show, "The Closer," earned her a nomination for best actress in a drama series, though she lost out to Sally Field's work in "Brothers & Sisters."
Marisa Tomei went with this not-so-mellow yellow number. The frock — which was sleeveless and had a massive floral detail on one shoulder — was by Elie Saab.
Penelope Cruz donned classic black in 2009 — a halter-style velvet gown by Azzedine Alaia. The star was nominated for best supporting actress for her work in "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" but lost to Kate Winslet in "The Reader."
"Brothers & Sisters" star Sally Field wore a simple black cocktail dress with layered detailing on the SAG Awards red carpet ahead of her best actress in a drama series win in 2009.
Viola Davis was nominated for best supporting actress at the 2009 SAG Awards for her work in the film "Doubt." Though she lost to Kate Winslet, she was still a winner in our books in this divine one-shouldered yellow gown.
Perrey Reeves' neutral-hued design looked like something we'd see on the red carpet today with its belt detail and thick halter-style neckline. Her show, "Entourage," was huge in 2009 but lost out to "30 Rock" in the outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series category.
Though "The Office" lost out in the outstanding performance by a cast in a comedy series category and star Steve Carell didn't take home best actor in a comedy series prize either in 2009, he still looked sharp on the red carpet. Steve rocked a black suit and tie while wife Nancy looked lovely in midnight blue.
Rosario Dawson donned a silver ruched satin dress by Dolce & Gabbana at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in 2009.
Laura Dern opted for this sweet black design with ruffled detailing down the sleeves and along the waist in 2009. The "Recount" star lost out in the best female actor in a miniseries or TV movie category that year to Laura Linney, who won for "John Adams."
Nicollette Sheridan selected a printed electric blue frock by Roberto Cavalli — complete with one dramatic sleeve and a mini-train. Her show, "Desperate Housewives," was up for outstanding cast in a comedy series that night.
Back in 2009, Olivia Wilde — who rocked a white satin Ralph Lauren confection to the SAG Awards — was on "House," which lost out in the outstanding performance by a cast in a drama series category to "Mad Men."
"Parks and Recreation" star Amy Poehler got in on the white trend at the 2009 SAG Awards with this simple gown with a brooch-like accoutrement on the bodice.
Mindy Kaling's show, "The Office," might have lost out in the outstanding performance by a comedy series cast category in 2009, but the writer-actress stood out on the red carpet in this sleeveless dark periwinkle design with a jeweled embellishment at the neckline.
Black satin and lace was Susan Sarandon's fashion pick for the 2009 SAG Awards. She was up for best female actor in miniseries or TV movie for her performance in "Bernard and Doris" but lost to Laura Linney.
"Mad Men" star January Jones opted for black and gold on the SAG Awards red carpet in 2009. Her show later took home the prize for outstanding performance by a drama series cast.
Long before Evan Rachel Wood was dedicated to donning pantsuits on the red carpet, the star sported this sleek dark teal design complete with an edgy one-shoulder, double-strap element, at the 2009 SAG Awards.
Oh hey, Meredith! "The Office" star Kate Flannery looked lovely in this pretty blue gown with spaghetti straps and ruched detailing along the bodice.
A young Alison Brie turned up on the SAG Awards red carpet in 2009 rocking one of the trendiest colors of the night — hot pink! The star collected a statuette that night for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series as part of the cast of "Mad Men."